Nizz Cosmetics Lustre Lipstick

Nizz Cosmetics specialise in creating vegetarian, hypo-allergenic, paraben-free and long-lasting lip colours, the likes of which have been sported by celebrities including Caroline Flack and Little Mix as well as being featured in Look Magazine, Reveal, Closer and OK.

The Nizz Cosmetics Lustre Lipstick (RRP £16, available here) is a beautifully smooth lipstick made from all natural ingredients and paraben-free. All of the ingredients sourced are Fair Trade and cruelty free. The creamy formula features Shea Butter, an ingredient which has been used for centuries by women in Sub-Saharan Africa to nourish and protect their skin and hair. This is combined with Peach Kernel Oil, which protects the skin by supporting its barrier function, preventing moisture loss, and nourishing Sweet Almond Oil, which is rich in Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E.

The formula of these lipsticks is highly pigmented and long-lasting for beautiful looking lips throughout the day!

Mocha Nude & Rose Nude swatches

I tried two of the three shades; I expected Mocha Nude to be quite brown but I was pleasantly surprised to find it was a lovely, very wearable coral colour, whilst Rose Nude was a pretty, pale pink shade. Also available is Cashmere Nude.

Usually I find lipsticks can be drying, especially ones which claim to be long-lasting, and I normally opt for lip glosses – particularly in the Summer months – but I am pleased to report these are really hydrating and comfortable and leave my lips feeling so nourished. They last well, but do need a quick touch up after eating.

The Lustre Lipstick is available in the Libbie Club Boutique priced at £16.

If you’ve tried the Nizz Cosmetics Lustre Lipstick i’d love to know what you thought!

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